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#5
thats precious hahaha


how the hell did you find that
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#6
LOL wow lol thats insane lol
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is this site real? i cannot tell..
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#9
Incredibly fake.
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#10
Wow wonder if its real?
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#12
Incredibly fake but good for a laugh.
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#14
The world has actually gone insane lmao
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#17
509'd. You guys pushed their bandwidth over the limit. :P
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#18
Amish are awful people really.
But still
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#20
WTF theyre not even ALLOWED computers
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#22
Great job, pit, you've used up all their bandwidth. Where will lonely amish folk go to find love now!?
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#23
I'm signing up! ...i...mean...uh...hilarious!

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#24
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Great job, pit, you've used up all their bandwidth. Where will lonely amish folk go to find love now!?

it will be fake
they arent allowed anythihng that involves technology

they dont have phones or tvs...so they wouldnt be allowed computers
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#25
Quote by XCount Me InX
it will be fake
they arent allowed anythihng that involves technology

they dont have phones or tvs...so they wouldnt be allowed computers


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#26
The avoidance of telephone technology is also often misunderstood. The Amish dislike the telephone because it interferes with their separation from the world: it brings the outside world into the home, it is an intrusion into the privacy and sanctity of the family, and it interferes with social community by eliminating face-to-face communication. However, some Amish, such as many of those in Lancaster County, use the telephone primarily for outgoing calls, but with the added restriction that the telephone not be inside the home, but rather in a phone "booth" or shanty (actually just a small out-building), placed far enough from the house as to make its use inconvenient
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"The Amish do not use the Internet themselves personally or for business purposes.
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There is a large group of people in this country, as many as 100,000, who will never see the HowStuffWorks Web site because they don't have computers, don't have the electricity to run computers, and don't want the electricity to run computers. These folks get around in horse-drawn buggies and use lanterns for light. The people to whom I refer are collectively known as "the Amish." That the Amish have been able to maintain an 18th century lifestyle in a 21st century world is amazing!


They see that anything to do with technology interfers with their life

The use of electricity also could lead to the use of worldly household appliances such as televisions and computers, which would complicate the Amish tradition of a simple life,
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#28
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it will be fake
they arent allowed anythihng that involves technology

they dont have phones or tvs...so they wouldnt be allowed computers

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#29
Quote by XCount Me InX
The avoidance of telephone technology is also often misunderstood. The Amish dislike the telephone because it interferes with their separation from the world: it brings the outside world into the home, it is an intrusion into the privacy and sanctity of the family, and it interferes with social community by eliminating face-to-face communication. However, some Amish, such as many of those in Lancaster County, use the telephone primarily for outgoing calls, but with the added restriction that the telephone not be inside the home, but rather in a phone "booth" or shanty (actually just a small out-building), placed far enough from the house as to make its use inconvenient
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"The Amish do not use the Internet themselves personally or for business purposes.
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There is a large group of people in this country, as many as 100,000, who will never see the HowStuffWorks Web site because they don't have computers, don't have the electricity to run computers, and don't want the electricity to run computers. These folks get around in horse-drawn buggies and use lanterns for light. The people to whom I refer are collectively known as "the Amish." That the Amish have been able to maintain an 18th century lifestyle in a 21st century world is amazing!


They see that anything to do with technology interfers with their life

The use of electricity also could lead to the use of worldly household appliances such as televisions and computers, which would complicate the Amish tradition of a simple life,

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#30
Quote by XCount Me InX
The avoidance of telephone technology is also often misunderstood. The Amish dislike the telephone because it interferes with their separation from the world: it brings the outside world into the home, it is an intrusion into the privacy and sanctity of the family, and it interferes with social community by eliminating face-to-face communication. However, some Amish, such as many of those in Lancaster County, use the telephone primarily for outgoing calls, but with the added restriction that the telephone not be inside the home, but rather in a phone "booth" or shanty (actually just a small out-building), placed far enough from the house as to make its use inconvenient
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"The Amish do not use the Internet themselves personally or for business purposes.
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There is a large group of people in this country, as many as 100,000, who will never see the HowStuffWorks Web site because they don't have computers, don't have the electricity to run computers, and don't want the electricity to run computers. These folks get around in horse-drawn buggies and use lanterns for light. The people to whom I refer are collectively known as "the Amish." That the Amish have been able to maintain an 18th century lifestyle in a 21st century world is amazing!


They see that anything to do with technology interfers with their life

The use of electricity also could lead to the use of worldly household appliances such as televisions and computers, which would complicate the Amish tradition of a simple life,


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#31
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thats precious hahaha


how the hell did you find that
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#32
Considering they think material things such as computers will lead them from God's path, I really doubt that any Amish person would have a computer. At least not a person in the Amish church.
#33
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Considering they think material things such as computers will lead them from God's path, I really doubt that any Amish person would have a computer. At least not a person in the Amish church.


#34
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#36
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Amish are awful people really.
But still

I've never met an Amish person who wasn't painfully kind.
#37
Quote by XCount Me InX
The avoidance of telephone technology is also often misunderstood. The Amish dislike the telephone because it interferes with their separation from the world: it brings the outside world into the home, it is an intrusion into the privacy and sanctity of the family, and it interferes with social community by eliminating face-to-face communication. However, some Amish, such as many of those in Lancaster County, use the telephone primarily for outgoing calls, but with the added restriction that the telephone not be inside the home, but rather in a phone "booth" or shanty (actually just a small out-building), placed far enough from the house as to make its use inconvenient
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"The Amish do not use the Internet themselves personally or for business purposes.
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There is a large group of people in this country, as many as 100,000, who will never see the HowStuffWorks Web site because they don't have computers, don't have the electricity to run computers, and don't want the electricity to run computers. These folks get around in horse-drawn buggies and use lanterns for light. The people to whom I refer are collectively known as "the Amish." That the Amish have been able to maintain an 18th century lifestyle in a 21st century world is amazing!


They see that anything to do with technology interfers with their life

The use of electricity also could lead to the use of worldly household appliances such as televisions and computers, which would complicate the Amish tradition of a simple life,



But how do they get there PRONS!!!!
#38
Quote by XCount Me InX
The avoidance of telephone technology is also often misunderstood. The Amish dislike the telephone because it interferes with their separation from the world: it brings the outside world into the home, it is an intrusion into the privacy and sanctity of the family, and it interferes with social community by eliminating face-to-face communication. However, some Amish, such as many of those in Lancaster County, use the telephone primarily for outgoing calls, but with the added restriction that the telephone not be inside the home, but rather in a phone "booth" or shanty (actually just a small out-building), placed far enough from the house as to make its use inconvenient
************
"The Amish do not use the Internet themselves personally or for business purposes.
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There is a large group of people in this country, as many as 100,000, who will never see the HowStuffWorks Web site because they don't have computers, don't have the electricity to run computers, and don't want the electricity to run computers. These folks get around in horse-drawn buggies and use lanterns for light. The people to whom I refer are collectively known as "the Amish." That the Amish have been able to maintain an 18th century lifestyle in a 21st century world is amazing!


They see that anything to do with technology interfers with their life

The use of electricity also could lead to the use of worldly household appliances such as televisions and computers, which would complicate the Amish tradition of a simple life,


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#39
Awesome.
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#40
Many Amish communities have an emergency phone booth or the like.

That said, while it's obviously a joke, the site is really professional looking. Hilarious site. My friend once started an "Adopt a Hobo" site, but it's gone now.
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